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Prayers Don’t Work?!

November 9, 2017

Well, some people have opinions, and others have facts.

After the shooting in Sutherland Springs, Texas, some media celebrities decided to proclaim their foolishness, rather than keep their silence and let people doubt it.


Many double-blind studies have shown that intercessory prayer DOES work. The one recent study, just one, that got some publicity, claimed that the results were not conclusive. Even so, they admit that there were even negative results.

There was no mention in those reports about the several studies that did show that it does work.

I propose, though, that it is very hard to get a good handle on this phenomenon statistically. My first question for any such study is to ask whether they accounted for the praying people’s faith or lack of it, and how did they measure that? Barna Research has some good guidelines on such matters, because their people are committed Christians and regard it as a ministry to help other ministries and pastorates allocate resources wisely.

A lot of unbelievers reproached the calls for prayers for the survivors and families of the people killed in the massacre. A few more claimed they wanted more action to prevent such incidents, by which they really meant they wanted to make it more difficult for people like Stephen Willeford to acquire effective arms. Willeford was the neighbor who stopped the killing when he exchanged gunfire with the killer outside the church. The killer fled after that exchange, and ended up rolling off the road into a ditch about 12 miles up the road.

By the way, the Good Samaritan neighbor, Willeford, had the same type of weapon the killer had used, an AR-15. He said he would have a lesser chance of aiming properly with a lesser weapon like a pistol.

If you want to do more, you might do like some bigger churches do, who have good guys with guns ready to protect the flock in case of some wolf wanting to do damage.

Smaller churches, like the one in Sutherland Springs, often have members who do have firearms and can legally carry them. There have been previous incidents in which a killer was stopped by someone with a gun inside the church. One of them involved a terrorist attack against a mixed-race church in South Africa during Apartheid days, where one guy in the Security forces was packing and chased off all five, who had not expected anyone to shoot back.

For those who think it was all over before the hero got there, keep in mind that the killer had more weapons and lots of ammunition in his vehicle. There was another church two miles up the same road he fled on. If not chased, he might have otherwise to continue the spree.

Another relevant fact. This guy had made two posts on Facebook where he had good things to say about the violent nihilist (“neo-Brownshirt”) Antifa. He had illegally bought the guns because he was a convicted wife-beater and baby-basher (cracking his stepchild’s skull) which got him expelled from the Air Force.

The government is just too big and too slow to react quick enough or properly so with people like this guy, especially surrounded by a government-compliant media complex that soaks its audience with faint praise for street marauders as in antifa.

As the slogan goes: Remember, when seconds count, the police are just minutes away.



Snowden, Bradley Manning, IRS, tea parties, patriots, christians, and freedom

July 18, 2013
Congressman Ron Paul at an event hosted in his...

Congressman Ron Paul at an event hosted in his honor at CPAC 2011 in Washington, D.C. Please attribute to Gage Skidmore if used elsewhere. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Use your brains guys! Edward Snowden knows exactly what happened to Bradley Manning and nobody can blame him for seeking asylum. He’s already been charged under the Espionage Act. Obama has charged twice as many whistleblowers (and a couple of real traitors thrown in) under the Espionage Act.

He didn’t sell the secrets, he gave them to a news outlet. You guys complain about the “liberal media” and so do I, but all of a sudden they are the most Patriot-Act-loving Obama admin-sycophants ever! DO NOT BE THEIR DUPES!

If there is some kind of orchestration going on by the Powers that Be, Obama & Company, or leftists, or whatever, it is getting “conservative leaders” to line up in favor of the very same Police State crackdowns that will hit THEM FIRST!

You think it was just an Obama thing or a Dem-Party thing to stop the Tea Party and Patriot and Christian groups’ IRS applications?? Heck no! The Republican Party mucky-mucks like Rove and Romney and other of their club, they HATE the tea party movement and they HATE the grassroots’ move toward conservative and libertarian principles. They proved it at the national convention! You think it was just the Ron Paul supporters? Hah! Remember, even Santorum‘s diehard supporters were upset at it, even Rush Limbaugh for gosh sake!

They are going to use that Surveillance to fish for things they can use against genuine grassroots conservatives and any economic or power base that congeals to fight the attack on US sovereignty and against individual freedoms in this country!

Snail-Mail Snoopers – LewRockwell

July 7, 2013
Snail mail

Snail mail (Photo credit: DazMSmith)

The spymasters are yet again caught with their pants down. While they are down, we shall have to see if Americans will live up to the “exceptionalism” we keep hearing about and give those spymasters the figurative caning they deserve, and dismissal from their jobs, together with the entire surveillance state.

Snail-Mail Snoopers – Lew Rockwell:

The Fourth Amendment to the US Constitution reads:

The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized.

There is no Supreme Court decision, no Executive explanation, no Congress, that can hide from us what that paragraph means, no matter how much legalese and torturing of non-logic they pour on it.

Phil Zimmerman is in the news again… Get encryption

June 24, 2013

Phil Zimmerman has long been a hero to people who respect the right as recognized in the Fourth Amendment of the United States. He’s the one who open-sourced PGP (“Pretty Good Privacy“) that can protect your communications from private spying by others, but also apparently protects it from government.

Privacy services companies stand up against Big Brother — RT News:

Got nothing to hide? It seems like it’s the government that has plenty to hide –from US THE PEOPLE!

Matthew 10:26 Fear them not therefore: for there is nothing covered, that shall not be revealed; and hid, that shall not be

Jailed Qwest CEO had refused NSA requests

June 15, 2013
Qwest logo

Qwest logo (Photo credit: Wikipedia)


The Story Of Joseph Nacchio And The NSA – Business Insider:

Former Qwest CEO Joseph Nacchio is currently serving a six-year sentence after being convicted of insider trading in April 2007 for selling $52 million of stock in the spring of 2001 as the telecommunications carrier appeared to be deteriorating.

During the trial his defense team argued that Nacchio, 63, believed Qwest was about to win secret government contracts that would keep it in the black.

Nacchio alleged that the government stopped offering the company lucrative contracts after Qwest refused to cooperate with a National Security Agency surveillance program in February 2001.

So it’s in the news because of the very public revelations by Edward Snowden in the Guardian. But wait a minute. Is this a “new” story? Guess not. Only “conspiracy theorists” made a big deal of it before, including long before Leslie Cauley’s USA Today story:

Back in 2006 Leslie Cauley of USA Today, citing multiple people with direct knowledge of the arrangement, reported that shortly after the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks America’s three largest telecoms signed contracts to provide the NSA with detailed call records from hundreds of millions of people across the country.

Cauley noted that Qwest’s refusal to participate “left the NSA with a hole in its database” since the company served local phone service to 14 million customers in 14 states.

From USA Today (emphasis ours):

The NSA, which needed Qwest’s participation to completely cover the country, pushed back hard. …

the agency suggested that Qwest’s foot-dragging might affect its ability to get future classified work with the government.

Nacchio’s legal concerns about the NSA program at the time mirror those of civil liberty groups today.

Cauley, citing sources familiar with events, reported the NSA asserted that Qwest didn’t need a court order — or approval under Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (which oversees NSA snooping) — to provide the data.

“They told (Qwest) they didn’t want to [run the proposal by the FISA court] because FISA might not agree with them,” one NSA insider told USA Today.

There is a record of the NSA running afoul of FISA: In July the FISA court ruled that the NSA violated the Fourth Amendment’s restriction against unreasonable searches and seizures “on at least one occasion.”

Her sources told Cauley, the author of the USA Today story, that the NSA had said other agencies like FBI, CIA, and the DEA might have access to all that massive database.

Hey, People! What else is true that those crazy tin-foil-hat conspiracy theorists have been telling us?

And looky here, even on CSPAN, we see appearances by NSA spokesmouths doing talks on what this program does and why, and no, there are strict rules on what we look at, we stay inside guidelines.

But do you know why they’re not even denying one thing that Snowden said, that he could have looked at anybody’s records, even the President’s? Because they know that anybody can see that this is obviously and clearly a violation of the Fourth Amendment.

Here’s the Fourth:

The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no Warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by Oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized.

Okay, now read it with the emphasis where it goes. It’s a right to BE secure in you “persons, houses, papers, and effects”. It is NOT a right to FEEL secure, or a right to be secure “if you have nothing to hide”. Remember, this is an amendment that recognizes the natural right of persons to such security. Having thousands of government agents able to spy on anybody at any time is NOT being secure from “searches”.

The amendment does not make an exception for future technology! It is a LIE that it does not. The word “effects” easily extends the spirit of the natural right recognized in this amendment (recognized, not created) to electronic communications between people. The moronic argument that one sends all those private emails into the ether as if they meant it for broadcast to anybody who wants it is stupid.

If any telecommunications company asked for your permission to share all your comings and goings with any third party that wanted it, you/we would say No, of course.

One more point about the Fourth Amendment. The significant word there for the purposes of Orwellian Big Brother Mass Search of data is “persons”. This is a plural of the word “person”, and when a warrant “particular describes” the “persons or things” we would expect those “persons” to be indentified individually.

Like the freedom of speech, of religion, and the freedom of press, and the Fifth, this speaks to the rights of us as individual “persons”, NOT to our rights as groups. It might be “reasonable” to law enforcement to go house to house searching inside for a couple of bombers on the run, but it is not “reasonable” to each and every place they might feel like searching.

For example, take any one house in Watertown, it was not “reasonable” that a particular John Doe had Suspect #2 in hiding in his residence. Nobody was “secure” in their houses or persons that day. Contrary to some government-media spokesmouths’ mutterings, who said it was a “voluntary” lockdown, the evidence is to the contrary.


Wolf Blitzer stuck his entire foot in his mouth to try to get a whack in at Rand Paul. Never mind the video on youtube that shows Boston’s finest knocking aggressively on doors and literally ordering the occupants outside, so they could go in and search the house.

The Dunkin Donuts operators of those news feeds did not come in, and the policemen wanting their coffee and donuts had to call them and tell them they could come open the store for them.

There is also the story of the policeman that went to fetch milk for a mother’s baby because the mother thought she could not leave the house.

And then Blitzer of course left out of his embarrassing presentation the point Rand Paul raised that it only took FIFTEEN MINUTES after the “lockdown” was raised for a regular citizen to find the bad guy. Could have saved millions of bucks and let people do productive work.


Let us remember that some of us warned about this when Congress enacted into law a proviso that  exempted all telecommunications companies from any civil or criminal damages resulting from the release of data to government. That was some years ago and it is obscured in the results from search engines.

Here is some relevant data from the Electronic Freedom Foundation:

But then with the Patriot Act, the ones ordered to serve up data are ordered to keep it secret. How do we know that the NSA spokesmen are telling us the truth? Are NSA agents, employees and contractors under orders to keep other details secret, like maybe the collection of CONTENT we know they survey as well?

They are now saying this dragnet of all the records of calls and emails only involves the header information. Baloney, because that leads them to where they get all the content they want.

Whistleblowers have already released to the “wild” that they record all the calls in a loop and listen for certain keywords and when those keywords happen, a recording kicks the call content to an analyst. Posted here at Business Insider’s web site is a list of keywords from years back:

Okay, some people like (Old Guard Establishment Republican) Senator Lindsey Graham, is saying that he has no problem with this universal Big Brother surveillance of everybody because he has “nothing to hide”. Now from the people come calls for Lindsey Graham to give us his passwords so we can check to see whether he has nothing to hide.


Well, now we see the biggest coverup of these times of the biggest lawbreakers of our time and for a long time, and that is the NSA itself.

If spying on all of us Americans, and residents and tourists inside the USA, was so harmless, then why did they act like it was something to hide?

Why are they still hiding from any conversation that points out the whistleblower’s exposure to the fact that so many government agents have access to any telephone conversation they wish to listen to? Why are they avoiding the fact, now made public, that they can pull up any email they wish to look at?

Why are they trying to change the subject and shoot the messenger?

Now we know. The NSA gets ALL the header information for whatever they want, and acts like there is no Fourth Amendment when they want to listen to YOUR phone call or look at YOUR email, whoever you are.

Maybe Lindsey Graham says he has nothing to hide precisely because he does have something to hide and somebody at Fort Meade knows about it?

Why are none of these smarter-than-thou clever “reporters” asking questions like that?

There is something rotten not in Denmark but in the USA. Well, probably Denmark too.

No one has reason to distrust our government? Nobody?

May 26, 2013
Dennis Kucinich, member of the U.S. House of R...

Dennis Kucinich, member of the U.S. House of Representatives (D-Ohio) (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Camp FEMA: American Lockdown – FULL MOVIE – 86 min – YouTube:

Nobody has any reason to think the USSA government may become tyrannical….except…

Except for black folks born and raised in earlier America, the victims of the first gun control laws in the United States.

Except for the Japanese-Americans born and raised in America who were rounded up and sent to concentration camps set up by military forces. (But today’s dissidents in 2013 are paranoid when they talk about concentration camps?)

Except for black folks in Memphis that were intentionally infected with syphilis, added to the Guatemalans that were also infected for the same kind of studies with human “subjects”.

Except for the people who were secretly poisoned with varying levels of LSD by the CIA to study psychological war strategies. And the millions of hippies and students and other youth that were enticed to take lots of LSD and other drugs by cheerleaders like CIA agent (or “ex-agent”?) Timothy Leary, and other unwitting influences like rock stars. I had friends whose brains were damaged by those drugs.

Except for the native American Indian tribes whose people were harassed, exploited, moved from state to state, pushed around, oppressed, and hit by broken treaties, and became the subject of abominable caricatures. These caricatures continue today in the justifications that governments give for the “help” that has not “helped” them at all.

Except for the Mormons, who were harassed and persecuted and thrown in prisons and chased from state to state until finally they went to where they thought nobody would bother them, in the West, and even there, the federal government sent the Army to make threats to them.

Except for the people that belong to a list of categories of “terrorists” that include pro-lifers, end-time prophecies, traditional marriage advocates, constitutionalists, Ron Paul supporters, one million names on the FBI terror watch list, secretly compiled.

Except for a peaceful community of a small religious community in the town of Waco, Texas, who were cleared of any arms violations in three inspections by local law enforcement, and attacked in a raid planned during the first Bush administration and carried out under Bill Clinton and Janet Reno.

Except for “new left” organizations in the 1960s and 1970s into the 1980s, investigated and spied upon by the FBI.

Except for other peaceful religious groups of the turbulent period, one of whom was infiltrated by a young agent for the FBI, who lived with the group for about three months. One day she went back to the FBI, told them they were peaceful and non-violent, turned in her credentials, and returned to the group to join the much falsely slandered Family of Love.

Except for the Muslim-Americans who were rounded up in the year 2001, held incognito without charges, and without access to lawyers, habeas corpus, or other recourse, under indefinite detention.

Except for the people in the 1999 “report” the FBI issued for law enforcement (“Project Megiddo”?) that listed “new threats to law enforcement”. These included supporters of gun ownership rights, property rights, home schooling, U.S. Constitution, and of course those who think elections are rigged, opponents of the New World Order, and others who think old military bases are planned for future concentration camps.

Except the people who are the indefinite targets of future “government continuity” plans that some people say are included in a project named Rex84 suggesting a FEMA cover for a continuity of government plan in case of rebellion by countrymen.

Think back to your science fiction movies. Remember “Deep Impact”? Not everybody got a place in the underground refuges. Who can doubt that with so many scenarios played out in popular fiction and in popular discussions around the nation and the globe, that anybody with enough influence in Washington DC would be assured protection from mad crowds in the event of disasters or protests? In exchange for keeping quiet so as to “not to cause a panic”. 😉

Isn’t it funny, that every time some “terrorist” or madman does something, or another “terrorist plot” hatched by the FBI is stopped again by the FBI, voices of government trust demand that government do even more to watch the peaceful citizens, do more to make Mr. and Mrs. America less dangerous?

Oh yea, to continue…

Except for the wives and children of peaceful people in living in remote area of Idaho known as Ruby Ridge.

Except for people who send out emails or post blog pages that have some of the above keywords.

Except for protestors of the “anarchist movement”.

Except for private clubs of gun sportsmen that call themselves “patriots” or “militia”.

Except for sheriffs who sign off to pledges that they will not enforce violations of the constitution.

Except for Ron Paul supporters who are

Except for Constitution Party members, including black members, who are slandered falsely (and knowingly so) by the Southern Poverty Law Center of racism in code language. But the federal watch lists are almost copies straight out of SPLC lists.

Except for even people like those who support Dennis Kucinich.

Except for people who get shot by gun smugglers and Mexican cartels that were protected by the Obama Justice Department itself?

Except for groups of people around the world who want the means to defend themselves against mass murderers like in Southern Sudan and Dafar and other places where minorities are in danger.

Oh, right, nobody has anything to fear.

Try to tell Japanese-Americans they have nothing to fear:
1942 “military relocation camps”
1944 Supreme Court upheld constitutionality
1945 interns finally released with $25 and ticket home (if they still had one) 1988 Ronald Reagan signed a formal apology and granted reparations to survivors
The bill named three failures: Racial prejudice, wartime hysteria, and lack of leadership
2001: Roundup of 1000s of US citizens and residents, saying they used “immigration violations”.

Aide involved in Benghazi talking points scrubbing promoted by Obama – Washington Times

May 26, 2013

Never mind having bombed and invaded Libya with the airs of an absolute monarch, never mind Obama‘s Defense Minister telling Congressmen to their faces that the administration goes to war when it wants to and does not even have any obligation to even tell Congress about it. Never mind that the United States government under Obama took out a cooperative government that it had praised for giving up its nuclear weapons program with help from the West, and for renouncing terrorism, and for helping fight terrorism –even catching some of them for the West.

Never mind all that. None of it matters. And until recently, the usual big-government political and media cheering sections acted like even lying big-time to the American people and to Congress about what happened when blowback came home to roost in Benghazi, apparently just to win an election, did not matter. And also, they have acted like it is beneath them to ask what military commander issued the order to the Marines in Tripoli to stand down and let the Americans in Benghazi die.

Well, there is a section in the News industry that is worried about leaving Americans at risk in one of the most dangerous places for them overseas, so they could yell at Congress about budgets.

Yeah, you’ve heard about the Sequester, which is an INCREASE in budgets from the year before. That’s why they have to give you worse service when you call the IRS, that’s why they had to disrupt airline schedules, oh sure. Because they only got an INCREASE over the previous year in the money they had for these things. What government department lets even one year go by without asking for more money? More! More! More! If you don’t give us more, it will be bad! An asteroid will wipe us out! More money! they cry.

Well, who knows? “What’s the difference”?

The difference is that the one who campaigned for the presidency in 2012 with an ad featuring a call at 3:00 AM, bungled that nighttime call so badly she may have been cheated out of a 2016 presidential victory. The irony may be that her consolation prize from 2012 (the cabinet office she got) may have become a ball and chain that drags her to the bottom of the lake of political embarrassment. And that she may take the fall for the actions and inactions of her own boss. Maybe.

Anyway, Ron Paul is right. The scandal now known as Benghazi-gate is a distraction from the bigger issue of the crimes committed in waging an unconstitutional and illegal war in Libya at the expense of many lives, including Americans, of whom we now have four very famous casualties. And oh yeah, muzzles on the mouths of people who survived the actual attacks in Benghazi. And a Libyan government that the United States installed in Libya that now despises the American government because the Obama administration called him a liar in their campaign statements to the Media.

America in decline, only God can save her now, but she is not calling out to him.

Isaiah 1:18
Come now, and let us reason together, saith the Lord: though your sins be as scarlet, they shall be as white as snow; though they be red like crimson, they shall be as wool.

The Surveillance State Comes to a School Near You in Common Core

May 23, 2013

Data Mining Students Through Common Core:

This gives new meanings to the government “Total Awareness” databases. Remember, that was the name the Pentagon gave to one of their cyber initiatives, meant to gather information from the entire Internet for whatever purpose they had in mind for it, wink wink.

They must be getting tired of letting free speech exercise blow the cover off their different operations for taking over our lives.

They will use new technology to even track the students’ facial expressions, seat posture, and other physiological data to track them, and some of the documents suggest some “predictive” software. “Precognizing” behavior.

Within the February report, the DOE displayed photographs of the actual technology that will be used on students, if the department’s plan is fully implemented. What they call the “four parallel streams of affective sensors” will be employed to effectively “measure” each child. The “facial expression camera,” for instance, “is a device that can be used to detect emotion…. The camera captures facial expressions, and software on the laptop extracts geometric properties on faces.” Other devices, such as the “posture analysis seat,” “pressure mouse,” and “wireless skin conductance sensor,” which looks like a wide, black bracelet strapped to a child’s wrist, are all designed to collect “physiological response data from a biofeedback apparatus that measures blood volume, pulse, and galvanic skin response to examine student frustration.”

In an attempt to assuage such fears regarding students’ privacy, the February report stated the following:

Privacy is always a concern, especially when leveraging data available in the “cloud” that users may or may not be aware is being mined. However, another emergent concern is the consequences of using new types of personal data in new ways. Learners and educators have the potential to get forms of feedback about their behaviors, emotions, physiological responses, and cognitive processes that have never been available before. Measurement developers must carefully consider the impacts of releasing such data, sometimes of a sensitive nature.

Even when using their most eloquent language to sell us the product, the DOE’s explanation is more disturbing than comforting. They openly admit that students under Common Core will be poked and prodded for information of a “sensitive nature.” But what specifically is this information?

They plan to track what their own public documents say is “sensitive” information. I guess since these standards were done with Bill Gates money, after Bill Gates’ comments about reducing population growth by the use of universal vaccination, maybe they would have a worry about “sensitivity”:

In 2010, the National Center for Education Statistics released a technical brief about “Guidance for Statewide Longitudinal Data Systems (SLDS),” which formulated a detailed plan for “data stewardship” in education. The SLDS created a grant program in 2005, each grant lasting three to five years at up to $20 million per grantee. In 2012, a combination of 24 states and territories struck a deal to implement data mining to receive grants. “Personally Identifiable Information” will be extracted from each student, which will include the following data: parents’ names, address, Social Security Number, date of birth, place of birth, mother’s maiden name, etc. On the other hand, according to the SLDS brief, “Sensitive Information” will also be extracted, which delves into the intimate details of students’ lives:

1. Political affiliations or beliefs of the student or parent;

2. Mental and psychological problems of the student or the student’s family;

3. Sex behavior or attitudes;

4. Illegal, anti-social, self-incriminating, and demeaning behavior;

5. Critical appraisals of other individuals with whom respondents have close family relationships;

6. Legally recognized privileged or analogous relationships, such as those of lawyers, physicians, and ministers;

7. Religious practices, affiliations, or beliefs of the student or the student’s parent; or

8. Income (other than that required by law to determine eligibility for participation in a program or for receiving financial assistance under such program).

The United States is supposedly a republic. Did parents demand all this from their representatives? Did the people demand it? Did they write letters to the editor even asking pretty please will somebody prod, poke and measure our kids and watch them and track their behavior –by individual– to form a national database so our benevolent authorities can make sure they learn to be good little compliant citizens?

Jesus Christ said the truth shall make you free. Better to know the truth, because it is misguided to trust in a delusion of freedom or trust in the label of “democracy” or “majority vote”.

I finally see the difference. Everybody universally has an environment that limits their choices and that even means the most powerful worldwide cliques. If some such group had no limitations they would simply announce themselves and tell us they rule us, like Carroll Quigley, Bill Clinton’s mentor at Georgetown University, wrote they should.

The rest of us don’t have their power or resources, but we can have the truth if we want it. Or at least a “love for the truth”. And the truth makes us free, because we are much less likely to be deluded by strangers’ promises and pleas to trust them.

John 8:32
And ye shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free.

It is Dangerous to be Right When the Government is Wrong

May 20, 2013

(Pre-note: She never said “conspiracy” in the snippets I saw, and says clearly she’s talking about their pursuit of money…)

The name of Lauryn Hill’s breakout album was The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill but it now appears that the powers that be would like her to record a new album called The Re-Education of Lauryn Hill. After appearing in court for tax evasion, Hill was sentenced to three months in jail PLUS she must attend “counseling” due to her “conspiracy theories”.

According to the IBTimes, Hill told the court: “I am a child of former slaves who had a system imposed on them. I had an economic system imposed on me.” Furthermore, Hill also believes that artists are being oppressed by (what the article calls) “a plot involving the military and media”. Because of these statements, Hill was ordered to undergo “counseling”, which is a way of saying that she is mentally ill and that she needs some sort of re-programming session regain “sanity”.

Hah, call them “reprogramming” camps. That’s my name for what they used to call “deprogramming”, to redo the programming that so-called “cults” undid (“Cult”: any upstart new religious movement that no longer believed like they were supposed to as good little serfs)..

She’s “ill” and needs “counseling” because she says that there is big money in the big labels that like to produce mindless drivel and keep out deep and maverick thinking from the market….

Oh, and the military is involved in music things. Nah. Why? Just because Sargent Barry was played every hour on stations across the country, and the Okie from Muskogee hates anti-war demonstrators? Are you kidding? “Art and music”, she says. Oh right. There sure aren’t any adrenalin-pumping military action movies, are there? Why, “The Recruit” could have been made by Al Qaeda, it’s so neutral!

Zero Dark Thirty? Nah… Rolling Stones music would be real bad for military operations, after all, right? They would never let them play a concert on a battleship speeding toward the Falklands, would they?

She just doesn’t appreciate the fine upstanding “b– ho'” music, that’s all. Why, just think! The people who bring us stuff she calls “mindless drivel” gets invited to the best establishments in the nation, even the White House!!

Disclaimer: Some of the above is satire…

It is Dangerous to be Right When the Government is Wrong:

Systematic House-to-House Raids in Locked-Down Watertown, Massachusetts – YouTube

April 28, 2013

CRW_2588 (Photo credit: StArHaCkT)

The brutally overdone caricature of “peacemaking” in Boston and the non-stop news coverage also covered up a 20-year anniversary of another scene of mad police state overplay, the atrocity in Waco, Texas, when the FBI pumped the buildings full of “poisonous, flammable” CS gas –that’s NOT a “form of tear gas” like the Liars Media reported it–
it’s a chemical warfare weapon that was used in Vietnam to knock out the enemy in tunnels without them knowing what hit them, and then to light it all up with a match.

And after they pumped it full they used tank-mounted blowtorches to set it off in the windiest day of the year, the day they chose to mount the attack. Nobody was allowed to escape.

And Janet Reno —Bill Clinton too– said they were using the poisonous gas attacks on the children hoping the mothers’ maternal instincts would take over and they would run out with their children. Murderous, demonic monsters. “Operation Showtime“, really?

How were they going to do that, with the (filmed) bullets flying at this home? (Survivors reported that there were bullets that kept them from fleeing. The attackers’ own video shows the infrared signatures of firearms bursting rounds from the tanks into the building.

Fort Hood is a “compound”. Surrounding the the Davidian property was a military style “compound” laying siege to the people inside. The Branch Davidian property was a collection of homes.

Rules of Engagement (2 hours 15 minutes and worth it):